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A Harvest Hymn
DT WILLIAM LAM DIR.
We have seen the ntitiiiuer'a glory on
the harvest flVMnVnaln.
Rejoicing In the snnxhlne and the
pure, refreshing ruin.
Ann In gratitude and Kindness we
have reaped the golden grain.
We read a peaceful gospel, whore the
rich and po r are fml;
May the heroes of the harvest fluid
have blumings on tlilr heads!
Let earth's tuilllons all be grateful for
health and dally bread.
We the Uod of nature In bounte
ous love uestowlng;
In every year of Ufa, we reap the seed
we have been sowing,
Till, our burns are tilled with plenty)
and our cojm are overflowing.
We have onterml on a calling that will
never know defeat;
For honor and for daily bread we
work In summer's hent,
Ever reaping golden harvests of the
fluost of the wheat.
Hay the days of war and earnago and
cruet strife be o'er,
And temperance truth and righteous
iiess extend from shore to shore,
(iuthering lu the snd and sinful to be
pure for evermore!
And when we send the bread of life to
nations o'er the sea,
AMy we praise the Lord with thank
fulness for blessings pure anil free
In this life, and the better laud in age
yet to be!
The Little Zouave.
'Twos a tittle zouave of the firemen
His faee powdtT Tjlaokene l, UU hair
His brawnycliost naked, his eyes flash
As over the red-field of battle he came.
Thou o-r-r-rack! wont his gnu
On the banks of Hull Ituu,
And the great rebut army was lessen
ed by one.
The batteries thundered, the camion
The smoke and tho dunt hid the sol
diers from view;
Jlut whenoverthe oloud lifted up you
The little xouave taking aim at. h Is man.
Then o-r-r-rouk went his gun
On the banks of Hull Run,
And put a qnietous to some rebel's fun.
The day was a sooroher, the iiieu were
And the little zouavo ofteu fluently
Hut still he pressed on among nlini-
nel and shell,
And eaoh time he fired an enemy fell
For o-r-r-rauk went his gun '
Ou the banks of Hull Kun.
And every shot told ou the dead list
The rebel's, astonished, remarked now
"Them red-legged devils fight wus'n
For they saw that no rebel and traitor
One quarter the pluck of the little
Bo or-r-rack went his gun
On the banks of Hull Kun,
Making holes lu the rascals to let la
the sua. ,
Btlll forward, bare-breasted and sp'll
big for light.
The little zouave battled well for the
Perhaps it waa luoky be never oould
How our army reoeived a repulse from
For as o-r-r-raok went his gun
On the banks of Bull Run.
A niinle ball eaiue, and the zouave was
There, prone on the field of his prow
ess he lay
In the last fading light of the linger-
The wound in his forehead was ghast
ly to see.
But the little zouave bad done glori
And his meollees gun.
On the shores of Hull Run,
Had settled the bash of a dozen and
8mith discovered after marriage
that his wife wrote pootry, bat he
couldn't do anything about it then.
Ho had taken her for Utter or for
Indianapolis has a reporter who
write up the proceedings of the
PU eonrt in soon a laughable
BMoner thtt people get themselves
Treated to give him plenty to write
' It U zmid that the ' paper em be
Ooojpraseod tat a substance w
Urd ikzt cry rtiatiMMMts ran rarstob
it T - " a" ..
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For Ttas Post.
BY DO. n, nOTHBOCK.
Wood was so ecaroe, that It was
almost impossible to cook onr scanty
food when it was Usno I run, as it
was moat of the timo, in abnii) half
of tbo squaJi of the prison, who
were snpposod to have cooking nt so
ils. Every reraaioiog root, where
iroos had beon, w-ts dug out with
the rude iraploinonts of the prison
Every stump had cUimauU, who
lug aroand it, and protocted thoir
lights from iuvasioo by nil tho fo oo
left in their weak bo.lies. This, far
m n ia oar oouditioa, was bard and
wearisome work, as our implements
wt-r mostly ina b quate to the task,
under favnrublo ciroutnstaooos,
strouger men would have had tho
i lvn igi. The stumps and roots,
after they woro dug out, wcro oat
up into small bits two and threo in
ches long-, and ono iuch in thickness.
vory oftoo a great doal smaller.
The tools nuod to work the wood
or roots op, wore a jarkknife, and
often merely a sin ill pieoe of a blade
with no handle. Occasionally an axo
would be smuggled into prison by
somo mysterious means, aud its
possessor b'icuue a kind of a prince
who levied a Ux up in all the sur-
ror.udiujj misorabla wlvj acquired its
Tho Jea 1 wore gnthored up by do-
tacliinoiits of prisoners, and laid iu
rows outsido of the atockado.
In. order to get wood, there wan
great competition to fill tho oflico
of strotchur-'boiiror, as thero wnq
soinotimes a olnn"o for such to pick
np w u I ou th jir return to the
stockudo. llonco it passed iuto a
siyin, 'i s vipoiiuiia aeaa man
for s nno wO'j l."
A etrotchor was in vlo for carrying
tho sick and don 1 by fn-toniu a
lilankut to two polos, provided f r
the purposn, and tho rolling up tho
blaukot ou the polo uutil about tbo
width of tlioso of tbo ordiuary con
As I have elsewhere rotated in my
narative.somotimos men feigned to bo
dead, and woro carried oat by thoir
ooinni'los, ouou of tho p ulios doiiv-
iug advuutaa by tho opporutiou.
vtuotlior s'l iri) pi iotidi) w.it, for
four men to carry out a dead man
and only two return with the etroch
er, which gavo the other two mon a
cbauoe for eseipo, and the two mon
with tbo stretcher at tho same timo
had a chanoe to gn' her wood i thus
conferring mutual bunents.
Nothing of this kind oould bo of
long duration in practioo, for by
some means or ui-ithod the Johunios
soon became posted in all our sharp
It was said, know not with bow
inuolt trath, every boatou of prisoners
sent iuto the pon woro aoojmpnnied
by a spy in U. S, bluo, whom the
others naturally trusted as a com
rade. He found out all the secrets
of tho squad and reported them to
This, doubtless, will aocount for
very muoh seeming treaohory among
oar own men. it does not seem
possible that any amount of misery
oould induoe oomradei tobetray one
another, even for food. .
I classed traitors as follows t
First bounty jumpers second, en
listed prison oouviots i third, men
who dug tunnels for the purpose of
discovering them to the rebels, gain
ing thereby an extra ration ; fourth,
spies ent into the prisoa by the aa
Inside the stockade, near the gate
was often thejsoene of wildest hoiror.
Here would be gathered together In
the morning, waiting to pass oat of
the gate to the booths on the out
side, where medioines were distribut
ed, the sick, creeping, often, npon
their hands and knees, and those to
siok to oreep, where borne by feeble,
staggering companions, fere, also,
would be gathered- the strecher-
bearers with the burdens of dead i
all waiting, in a densely packed
throng of thousands, often in the
rain, or taltry tropunl sua, where
not a breath ef air stirred to revive
the fainting siok or wIL It was a
rale that ione, however siok, oould
be prescribe.' for or receive medi
cine auleas flnt aarried to the doe-
As it oould Diver be avoertaiued
ou what day or hour medicines wero
given, because the stockade doctors,
as we-willud than,' woro vory 'sol-
MIDDLEBUHG, SNYDER COUNTY,
tend to their bnsinoss, so day after
day those Buffering thousands would
be turned away without modtcinos.
after waiting for hoars in the in
tense ho.it of the maridina sin. Of
ten the sink, were abandoned by thoso
who carrlod tlioin, ami would bo left
noar tho gateway, ia tho iotouue
heat, whoro uo air oould roach thorn,
ind thus nnoarod for, would die.
This arose not so much from the
want of feeling of comrades as from
thoir inability to actually care for
them. Tuo!t) who bore strotchers of
ten foil fainting, and died ia that
throng of waiting misory.
Ono duy in July' twenty or mire
men died in loss than four hours
amoug the crowd of living, doad, and
lying around the prison gale.
The numbers who wont to the
hospital ontsido corrospjndod with
the nurabors who died in this throng
laily. A police foroo of tho pricou
dictated, with clubs, who wero to
pass first through tho gato. Tho
lead took tho preferutiao, followed
by the sick on strotaliors; t'uw of
this throng g.t modicino-i. 'A groit
mass of the sick, rather than sniTur
the jamming and crowding, and ra
tbor than witness these depressing
scenos of horror, romainod, without
trying to obtain what tlioy canto
for t siuco, t pass through this truly
horriblo ordoil, tj go thrUh, or
stand among this crovd of doad,
nick, and dying, was worse than tho
snfToring it was intended to alloviato.
I consider inysolf rathor a tough
specimon of a pi iuouor, but, after
waiting, without success, for four
successive hours, yes, for successive
mornings, to got out ruy comrade
for medicine, I boenmo cnufidont, if
I persisted, I should bo "carried
out with my toes tied together"
(which, in prison laoguuguj uiuaut
Imagine two or throo thousand
mon strnggliug, BufToriug, crowding
togothor, to got through tho gato,
all forms of death, disease, and siok
noss crowded and jammed together.
Hero tho doad wero crowded and
joBtlod ngainst the sick, aud the
sick, iu their turn, jostling ngaiust
and overturning tho dead and dying,
a specticlo horrible to behold, ospeo
ially among a set of mon, who pro
fosid to bo intelligent
Hut it appeared all or nearly all
mou, who wore confinod in this
belUholo of a stookado for somo
timo, lost thoir manhood, and forgot
the training reoeived at home.
From first to lust, the system of
dispensing rued initios was produc
tive nf more suffering thau it ro-
loived. At such gatherings the
stench arising from the doad and
dying was dreadful enough to make
well mon sick ; while the eight of
men sick and dying, andor the cir-
ounistauces described, was sufficient
to depress the strongest heart
and mind with torror. The man
piochoJ, famiuo-striakon, dirt-clot'
ted couutonanoe of the poor suffer
ers, the disgusting spectacle of
dead men with nuclosed eyes and
drooping jaws, the eyos and faoe
swarming with vermin, oombioed to
make the so6no one of the most
intense horrors ever gazed npon by
One of my Regiment, a private of
company 0, was carried for two suc
oessive mornings to this gathering
of human woe, and on the third
morning be died, lying in the hot
son, without au effort bolng made
by the surgeons snd attendants to
obtain eholter for him.
Hundreds died in this uncared-for
manner, which was of too froquont
ocoarrenoeto be noticed or noted, it
had become an every day occurrence,
and men did not talk abont it as
they did at first, . One would na
turally suppose that apeoiaclos of
this kind would excite in hardened
hearts emotions of pity and remorse;
but the southern chivalry gazed up
on these scenes daily, unmoved, of
ten remarkiug,"Qood enough for the
Neithor wore the doad and dying
exempt from their abuse add foul
epetbets. I have seen a dying man
rudely tumbled from the stretcher
on which he lay, without tbe slight
est boed being given to bis pleading
eo treaties for pity.. O I eaoh inhu
man treatment ia ' en enlightened
oouutry, is it possible any person has
lost all hie manhood, in , order to
roke oat his veueewet on a helpless
lying oten. - . '
OuJ of tho . (O'lrulus I was
e - 4' '
sick man upon a strotcher i his
sbrunkon face aud bands wore cov
erod with filth, and begrimed with
pitch-piue smoke of tho prison ; be
had no clothing npon his waslod
body save a pair of army drawers,
which hud ouou beon whito. other
wiso diarrhoea hul rendered his
condition too dreadful to bo desciib
to ears polito, or evou to bo gazed
One of tho prison officers at that
timo crowded thro ugh the throng
of tho sick and the dead i while
loing so, he f jroibly pushod ngaiust
this poor miserable creature, who
was uttering plaintive moans and
cries for morcy to which no heed
was givon. In the- scramble which
followed, the dying man was over
turned, and, as ho lay gaspiug in his
last trembling Agonies, tho samo
offioor aud atteudaut passed again
that way, and rudely thrust biui
with his foot from his path, eayiug.
''ono more yauk, is gouo to the
Sitting this afternoon in my of
fice, aud cheered by civilized com
forts, I can not suppress a chill of
horror aud crooping sensations of
shivering torror at its mere romom
braiico. Such occurrances happen
od almost every day, too horrible not
to bo noticed, I ouly cite this solita
ry iastaucu, of an unknown dying
man, among the suffering thotiNaudH
of the prison pen, as an example of
the fiendish huto aud malice which
possessed these patriots of the
Uuion evou when tho doors of death
wero closed upon their starved, ou
buried forms. Carrying away tho
dead to their final rest was but a
horror lu keeping with tho sceuos
described, and a fitting climax to
tho lift of misery which uudod iu
To be Continued
A Minister's Cow.
An oxclinngo tells this story of a
olorgyman s vxpuriuuco end bow it
Homo years ago thoro livod in Cen
tral iVow York a very worthy aud
respectable divine knowu as Futher
Gross. Uo hud a hired man n.ituu.1
Isaan, who always obeyed orders
Fathor Gross bonght n cow ono
d iy which proved refractory when
milkod, refusing to surreudur tho
laotoul fluid, although I u.iud all
tho persuasion of which ho wan mas.
ter. lie finally reported her iloliu
quonco to his mvtor.
"Woll, Isaac," said ho, '"go to tho
barn aud gut thoso pieces of now
Isaao oboyod ; the cow was driven
into the et ible, tiod with a pioce of
ropo, whon the dominie oamo out
armed with a kuifo,
"Now," he oxclaimod to Isaao, "I
will got on tho cow's b ick aud you
tie my foot bonoath hor, then you
go on with your milking, und with
your milking, and with tuy weight
on bor back she must givo down her
Isaao oboyed. Tho feet were tiod
and tho milking oouiinonood.
But bossy objected, and pluogod
wildly about The Btuble was low,
and tho dominie's boad wns fuarfu lly
bumped. "Oh, Isaac," bawled he,
"oat the ropo."
Isaao seized tbo knifo and cat
not tbe ropo which tiod the master's
feet, bat the one which tiod the oow.
Tbe stable gate was open, also the
Away dartod tho frantio cow, tho
terrified man oo bor back belplosnly
Stop her, stop her P
While madly careering down the
road be met a parisbiouer, who ex
citedly exclaimod i
"Why, Mr. Gross, whore are yoa
Only Ood and this cow know T"
groaned he, 'I don't
The auimal was finally caught and
theman ruleased, muoh frigueated
It was an Irish pilot, who, being
asked if be knew the rocks in the
the harbor, replied, with oonfidenoe i
"I do yer houor.ivery one av them.
That's wan." bo added, calmly as
tbo ship strnok it, filled, and sank.
"What have you been doing sinoe
I last saw you V ."I've been attend
ing a course of free leeluros,''
". "A oourve of free hctures. f"
" -1 t(3Z 'Vrf TOW.1-
ve, I was'miriwd u wtV ater '
PA, AUGUST 21,
Sarah YVasn t There.
Charloy Shuv, of tho Detroit Op
era Houso, was griuningat tho win
dow of the box office the other day,
when ia walked a chap with an ag
ricultiirat bronze ou his face, ftt'd
"Poos any oue perforin, heroT"
This afternoon "
"No i to-night.
"How muoh to soe 'cm ?"
"Well, I can give you a seat fi
half a dollar, and you cau hold you
gill on jonr lap,"
"Wouldn't anybody luff!"
"Not much I Wo don't allow any
laughing in this bouse."
"Well, maybe we'll ooino. a
this theater ever buruod up 1"
"Aoy danger of fire on the stago V
N it a bit."
"Any pickpockets uroiiud T"
Does anybody ped.llo lemonade T'
"Any prize packages givon out?"
"Twko a half dollar with a holo iu
"What kind of a play is it ?"
"Troo.ly t Tnou that hya me out !
Sarah was to a circus last year.
whoro somo ono bit a feller who
crawled under tho canvas, with
nock yoke, aud she faiutod ho dead
away that they had to unhitch her
corset und jerk off hor shoos. Let
her son a play where fellers nro j ib
ing with pitchforks, knocking down
with crowbars and slicing mwU other
up with swords, and ttho'd tumble
kerplunk aud stop tho show doad
dill. 1 hopo you'll dj well and nil
that, but I dou't bring no Sarah to
soo uo tragedy, and don't yon forget
it 1" She faiutod ou mo oueo, uud
my hair turned gray at tho rate of n
IhihIiuI a iniuit 1" Detroit Free
Won the Wager.
Says tho Detroit Free 1'ross : Fred
Flasher and Jiss Floronlia Flounce
wero discussing tho moutul power of
controlling thought. Said FI mhor.
" will give yoa a pair of gloves if
you can think of positively nothing
(or live luiuutos, und still bo awake."
"Djiio," sho rospou lo l,
'I'ivu minutcu passed.
' I've won tho glovo!" ubu oxcluim
"How did you maiingo to think of
nothing for tho whole fivo minutes ?"
ha nnked, eagerly.
1 lastenoii iny mind iirmly on
your mustache aud kept it there,'
she replied, triumphantly.
Tho reforoo uwardod Lor the
He hud lost bis knifo, nnd they
askod him tho usual question. "Do
you know whoro yoa lost it f" "Yos,
yes, be replied, or oourso 1 uo. l ui
merely huuting ia those other places
to kill time."
i , . i.j
We once suggested to a butcbor
tha t be put his scales whore the cus
tomers could see tho dial, not uoooa
earily for publioatioh but merely as
a pledge ef good faith. 'Ob, yes,'
be replied, scornfully, "I suppose
after a while, when yoa bey a five
oont soup bono, you will expeot me
to put on my swallow-tail Sunday
ooat aod my stovepipe bat, hire the
finest baok in town aud a brass band,
go in procession to yonr shanty aud
deliver tho sonp bono. We assured
him bo was mistaken ; that no such
idea bad ever entered our bead i bat
we never aftorward enriched him
with any more suggestions how to
aoquire the esteem and respect of
bis fellow citizens."
A woman who waits ojloog time for
her husband to roturn from tbe
lodge has an object in viow, and
more than likely another , in her
What is tbe difforence between
Robert Bonuor and a bookkeeper
Tbe latter keeps a ledgor, and tbe
Lodger keeps tbo formor.
It may be said of tbe two oolored
women of North Carolina who fought
a duel with razors that they treated
each other with outtiug severity.
They're not wholly bad nnt riA.
ville way. W-"
tbe ropo to lyt
got Iuto a pan"
Only tho General Manager.
At a station ou ono i f the railroad
tho triiiu bad nrrivod and departed
when the stat ion agent was approach
od by a quiet, wcll-drcssod uiui
smoking a cigar, wh isaid i
"Keep you pretty busy hero f
''Yum, ' whs tho jo ky reply.
"Itusiuoss on tho 1 icrease 1"
"D j you run this station f" askod
tho uuiot man, aft r a turn on ti c
"Nobody olno rtin- it,'' ro'cd
thoagont. "Have yo i got a pate t
car coupler "
"I was going to tell you to go t
thunder with it if yo i had. Waul
special froight rate, f suppose t"
"1 duu't give any panes,"
"I dou't want any."
"Waiting for tho not train ?"
"Not particularly "
"Want to charter a car T"
Tho ngent left him on ;tho plat
form nnd entered his oflico an 1 buui
od himself for half nil hou. when
the qui ot man looked in on him aim
'What is tho salary of a position
Iiko this r
"That's my busiuons," wh the
"Whul's the iucomo, from thi.i bta-
"Ask tho bnggageman."
"Your Dume is , isn't it 7"
"Suppose it is f
"Oh, nothing much only 1' u tin
general manager of tbe liuo an I I V
like to know how bnsiuess is."
Nine Rules lor Writing.
Tho attempt to decipher baud-
writing rosemliliug tho hieroglyphic!1
on the oU libk in ouo of tho voxat one
of busiuons men. Tho most ftg,'ra
vating experience iu this liuu falls t
tho lot of thoso cm ployed iu the
government departments at Wusb
iugtou, uud iu postuffioos, telegrup b,
uuwspaper nnd bimilar public ostub
lishmeiits whoro tuiscellaueoiiH mails
are naturally larger thau iu private
lines of bilbinesu.
Tho Fenutau's Art Journal, com
menting on "Had Writing," in au il-
liibtratud nrticlo of that titlo, lays
town tho following ru'es for uvoid-
iug illegible poumanship.
1st. All unnecessary, Hiiperfluous
or llouriuhed hues must bo omitted.
2d. No capital letters or word
should bo joined together.
3d- C.ipitul letters should not bo
joined to tho smaller letters.
1th. Tho capital T should never
ho looped at the top.
Mh. A cnpitul 11 shonld nover bo
so rr.ado as to bo mistukuu for uu A
or other combination.
Glh. Cross all t B with a horizontal
Hue nt the top.
7tb. The capital shonld always
be made above the line; whilo the J
should extend bolow. Otherwise,
wbon asod as initial or in cipbor
writiug thoy cannot bo distinguished
8, The small 8 should novor bo
made with tho loops below tho line,
as it is liable to be mistukou for a p
or an f.
9th. The letter Q should not be
made the same as tbo figure 2.
"Do I look wull ia this suit,
ng T" he asked.
Of conrso yoa d j, Qoorgo," she
murmured, "you look well ia any
thing." "Do yoa roaly moaa it t" he asko 1
in a charlotto rosso tone
"Of coarse she does," eaid bor lit
tle brother ,
'I heard her say yoitordny that
yoa woald look well ia anythiug
She said that yoa would look well
in the lanatio asylum."
A Massachusetts woman 'was so
jealous of bor husband's first wife
that wbon he diod she refused to al
low him to bo buried beside her.
she remarked to tbe undertaker at
tbe foueral t "I ain't going to have
that woman a loaning ou Jim's arm
at the resurrection day; if I klu help
it, yon bet "
"An Iowa man was charged forty
dollars fine for squeezing a woman's
-l." We didn't supposo tbore
' innorancu ubroid in
PuMlshed every Thtirsdav Evrnms;
JHHKMIAa OBOU8K, Prcpr
Torms of Snbscnption,
TWO DOLLARS PKB ANNUM. Psf
sl ln viihiii six ninnlhs, or f 2K)if nof
paiil within the year. No paper di
continued until all srrcsrsges ae
pnid iinrcxs at the Option of Uie pub
lislipr. bulificripflons miisido ff the county
PAVAIU.K IN AUVASCK.
ft"PeiKons lifting snd iwinjf ptpvt
tddiiMNod 'At otiirrn lieromentitwrrihirs
ind re linhlo fori he price of tie pir
Malaria is an almost in
dcscribablc malady which
not even the most talented
physicians arc able to fath
om. Its cause ia most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there ii
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria docs not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these trouble
usually accompany it It
Often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of njipctite,
sleeplessness, a tired feeling
nnd a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria one hiving Uld n
hold upon IIm human mima. tha)
ir nf tha ayttam la ihrownonaar
lu nervous diteatr. Th body
ncak and etileabled ahaorha ua
fwMjrl.hiiianl, but allhsleting aprxv
Itfrclr, lh dinritiva organ, ntf
lintfar ttrrform thalr furKlinna
liver lcomaa tnrid , and oihr-r
onrana fadina; to do their routine
r(ife.akreililr become disordered,
and diaaolutiou aiui death are eft
to t naua.
In mlilition to '"fine a certain cure
fur malaria and chills and fever,
Hkown's Iron lliTTEM is highly
rcctinimcndcd fnr all diseases requir
ing n certain ni cHicicnt Ionic; a
feven, want of aipetile,losS
of siremjlh, lack of enerp-y, etc.
Enriches the blond, ttrengtlicns the
Biuscles, and gives Dew life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on tho
tliL'talivc organs. It is for sal by
oil respectable dealers ia Bedlctucs,
ricc, $l per bottld
Be sura and get the fnuln
BROWN'S IRON B1TTEX8.
Take no ether.
Tbe Carpenter Organs
worn Aral mannfaoturcl aa early aa MHO at Brat.
tlekxiru'. Vt. For a niuitber tf rara thDe.unatva
' ui'imttb Oa iAM Wvauw, and U . Uc nl Vlttia Lav
W'orcoator, Vass., XT. S. A.,
TTith liraucU Oilwaa au4 Wareruonia ra
NCW York (No. 7 Watt Fourteenth Street),
London, Madras SL Peterjburo,
City ol Mexico, Berlin, Ovceioaa.
Rweetnaas af Tens tn every rood,
ParaatUI In every part.
FufKUaa lu every di Uii ormannfaelare.
Am t baractorUtla of thnCASIXURl OMASl
W Afin ANTED for KIOHT YEARS.
MOKT HRLIAni.E DEALICRI aeU tha
Oaai'KNTKB t 'HiAjt, Ittit IfauyUorotbaveUiam to
show yun. write dirtnst to tlie 1 tory for eCeta.
itfiie aud luioruauuu aa to woere you eaa eee
OVER IOO STYLES.
Banging In price from tao.00 to f 1,300.00 and over.
A boantlfill 100-rwn Oatajoenn. the flneet
ever publlalaetl, btiai'l' VUKat U IsUauuV
Auaross or call npon
I P. CiMNTEH, Worctster, Hiu. 1 LL
ITALIAN AND AMERICA IffARCLE
Tombfttunos, Stattvm, Urna, Vasoa
LA.MIiS.ror Cliiltlron' aves,
Pol, Lint i Lt, Tahletopi, Marble ani
Slnlr aitmtftii, e.
All those mho daatra topurelaee tonibstones
ay tblnit elae maiiiilai'tureit at tbe above mea
une1 marble wnrka. shitulu eoaault tbe under
Uned aKaat, before i urrliailnu oleewhere.
KSHi'Ki. bus r.ix, uar
Julflt'Te-tf MIOdleuurg, bay CO.F
1 will mall' (Iraor the mmlm fnr a alnnla
Vrrtaila Km I any lbt will reiueve Tnrr
Kreclalee, Htm plea and blateaeav avinuj
anil, vrvar aoti iwauuiui I aiao rn trve
tloas Air produetu a luxuriant braith ol I. air
n a naiu aeaa or mooin tare. Aitdre.a in-Inalne-le.
etasip, liliN- V AM UklLa 4 OO.. Vi
Barclay St, . V.
The artvertlaor kavlue; tn-ea reniiaaeal I
red oltbet dread dlaeaae. Ooaianutlou. be a
mnlr. reraedv. Is auilme La .make kauaate
la leMow-enlierora the meaus ol tare. Vo a
bo dnaire It, be will aead a copy of the pre.
riptiuB uevd, irreaul i hariia.)Uh aae aae
iias ftir nraparina ami aelna the aauau. abUki
tbey will nnd a sure Ciare lor Oo a, state, I'avlua.
oiia,in,ilot, AalKmat, Lsraa, kltle, a.e.
rariteaaiahiua'lUel'reanltPiluB, win alaMay
l.lf. aa. H- . K. A. WllbUNl latraaa al
ERKORS OF YOUTH.
AHKNTLEM a. wh saffearxt for years Irevsj
Nervous UEIH I.I ry, I'btM MVtt lB
AY,ndall tbeellMits nl youtalal latk)cre
lion, will for (tie sake of aanVrloa keaiasll.
aad free to all who aeel II, ike reeipa aad ill
reotloa tor making tlialuiile reaaedy by ehleti
beaaaoured. Hu Harare ab-blng aa erotl by
theadvenlaer' esierleuee eaa 4e ea ay auV
dreaalag to peTlecteunn lenoe.
jtiitn a. uitubH,nejajaay . nt i.
Ftk It, ly.
U?Ji ktep' uu tarnt all klni'toj
htauki it-k at KoUi,